This is not known to be a peaceable group. Idaho seems to have a lot of problems with this sort.
Beth Dalbey wrote: .... In its analysis of the hate map, 24/7 Wall Street reported that the 10 most hateful states are Idaho, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Indiana, Virginia, Oregon, Arkansas, Georgia and Colorado....
excerpt from,"Idaho Most Hateful State In US, Analysis Of Hate Map Shows"
https://tinyurl.com/s6m3yek (Why We Don't Call the Oregon Militia Members 'Terrorists')
Annika Blau wrote: .... ...more recently, the Chinese Government revealed to the South China Morning Post that a further 43,000 people tested positive but were not included as confirmed cases because they showed no symptoms. That puts the asymptomatic rate in China at around 30 per cent, although there is likely a lot more asymptomatic cases who were not tested. Iceland has been testing anyone in the population who volunteers, along with people who are showing symptoms. Early results suggest roughly half of the cases in the general population are asymptomatic, but the sample size was still small when Iceland's chief epidemiologist reported these findings. South Korea's CDC director Jeong Eun-kyeong told reporters in mid-March that "Korea currently has a significantly higher rate of asymptomatic cases than other countries, perhaps due to our extensive testing". In the US, the director of the CDC told NPR [ https://tinyurl.com/tlex8sq ]the proportion of silent carriers "could be as high as 25 per cent"....
excerpt from,"Can you catch coronavirus and have COVID-19 without symptoms?
Mike wrote: Covid-19 has its work cutout if it's going to catch up with flu. The party of death Democrats and their media lackeys are hoping for the new virus to continue for months, through election, and start foaming at the mouth at any suggestion to the contrary that might happen.
It's working hard to catch up, Mikeâđ
https://tinyurl.com/qu2hh7r (Coronavirus live updates: NY death toll has largest single-day jump, CuomoÂ says)
Oh, Mike, some Republicans or even remember the following:
https://tinyurl.com/uqfggk3 (Coronavirus government response updates: Navarro warned White House of virus danger inÂ January)
Adriel wrote: The Influenza virus is complaining that this new boy on the block is stealing its customers. The Democrats are looking into this discrimination to see if they can use it in the election stats and blame the Republicans.
By the way,Adriel, the time is already come in Australia and a will in this country, that people should get their flu shots
But anyway for Republicans who can read, they should take noteâ
It isn't the Republican party that cares for them.
Caroline Chen wrote: .... For the purposes of containing the outbreak right now, however, Jeffrey Shaman, a professor of environmental health sciences at Columbia Universityâs Mailman School of Public Health, says the focus on asymptomatics is a bit of a red herring.
âIn some sense, symptomatic versus asymptomatic isnât really the appropriate dividing lineâ for us to be focusing on, he said. âThe appropriate dividing line is documented versus undocumented infection.â
What Shaman means by âdocumentedâ is people who are identified as being infected, either because they were sick enough to go seek care or were tested through contact tracing, which is when public health officials track down all the contacts of someone who tested positive. The âundocumentedâ could be people who have symptoms but didnât get tested, because of lack of access to testing, dislike of doctors or sheer stoicism â or more concerningly, people who had no symptoms or such mild symptoms that they decided to just carry on with their daily lives....
excerpt from,"What We Need to Understand About Asymptomatic Carriers if Weâre Going to Beat Coronavirus"
Sarah Farnsworth and staff wrote: .... A number of civil cases are set to be launched against Cardinal Pell, either by people who allege they were abused by him or who allege he did nothing to prevent their abuse at the hands of other priests. Civil cases can proceed in the absence of a conviction, with the claims focusing on compensation. There is a lower standard of proof required in such cases. A criminal case needs to meet the threshold of guilt "beyond reasonable doubt", whereas the threshold for a civil case is "on the balance of probabilities". ....
excerpt from,"George Pell's child sex abuse convictions have been quashed by the High Court. So what happens now?"
The above article gives a very complete view of what has happened recently, George Pell will probably be retired.
Could this become the OJ Simpson case for the Catholic Church?
https://tinyurl.com/y7zqdagy (25 years ago, the OJ Simpson murder case began: A look back at key moments in his life)
I found from the strangest place that there was a presence of the Samaritan's Purse in NYC. In at least two newscasts on the BBC, the tents that Samaritan's Purse puts up in NYC were plainly displayed. Nothing was said about them on the BBC but I was surprised that they were giving that much attention.
No, WFP, countries and Southeast Asia which expect pandemics did not suffer greatly, such as China, South Korea, Taiwan because they expect pandemics
Laura Strickler, Hannah Rappleye, Dan De Luce and Ken Dilanian wrote: .... In a sign that the hospitals could not imagine the magnitude of what they are facing now, 86 percent of hospital administrators told the HHS inspector general in October 2018 that they felt "prepared" for an infectious disease outbreak. More than 90 percent had purchased additional supplies, including personal protective gear.
But hospital chiefs at the time said they were not focused as much on dealing with an emerging infectious disease because they were focused on the possibility of an active shooter or a natural disaster. One official noted the difficulty of "budgeting funds for the 'what ifs' when there is only so much money available and there are other priorities you know will happen."
excerpt from,"Government watchdog: Hospitals face severe shortages of medical gear, confusing guidance from government"
Jerusalem Post Staff wrote: "This is the first time the United States has ever designated white supremacists as terrorists, and this illustrates how seriously this administration takes the white supremacist terrorist threat. We are doing things no previous administration has done to counter this threat," said Nathan A. Sales, the State Department's counterterrorism coordinator, according to the Times.
The terrorist designation of the Russian Imperial Movement, the white supremacist organization in question, would allow the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control to block any American property or assets belonging to the group. The designation would also bar Americans from financial dealings with the organization and make it easier to ban members from entering the US....
excerpt from,"US to label white supremacist group as terrorist for first time"
Unless a church is made up entirely of people who have recovered from coronavirus - they should be all meeting on the internet or some similar way of guaranteeing social distance of the congregants â
But, Adriel, this is being done by a liberal government, and the USA's response from a federal level is even less, so the Swedes' have to be on the right track
Johan Ahlander, Philip O'Connor wrote: .... ...Swedes are able to go to restaurants, get a haircut and send their children to school even as the number of confirmed cases and deaths have mounted, above all in Stockholm which accounts for more than half the fatalities.... .... But Swedenâs liberal approach, which aims to minimise disruption to social and economic life, is coming under fire as the epidemic spreads in the capital.
âWe donât have a choice, we have to close Stockholm right now,â Cecilia Soderberg-Naucler, Professor of Microbial Pathogenesis at the Karolinska Institute, told Reuters.
excerpt from,"Sweden's liberal pandemic strategy questioned as Stockholm death toll mounts"
Dr. Fauci wrote: .... Fauci says the prospect of a resurgence is the reason the U.S. is working so hard to get its preparedness "better than it was." He says that includes working to develop a vaccine and conducting clinical trials on therapeutic interventions.
Fauci also says states that don't have stay-at-home orders are not putting the rest of the country at risk as much as they are putting themselves at risk.
excerpt from,"Coronavirus could become seasonal, unlikely to be under control globally"
BBC wrote: The Queen has promised the nation that better days are ahead, during a special address on Sunday. In a rare speech, she acknowledged the grief and financial hardships Britons are facing during the coronavirus pandemic. Echoing the words of the Vera Lynn wartime song, she said that âwe will meet againâ.
excerpt from,"Video 'We will meet again' promises Queen"